In Cinema 4D, often when we are using Display Tag to make object semi-transparent, the result will look as if the model was being put under XRay scan. The result? It looks strange (I just want to make it transparent, not looking at the organs!) and, in some cases, the rendering time increases riddiculously!
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This simple tip will fix that. Add a Compositing tag to the model/group and navigate the Exclusion tab on the attribute.
Drag the model/group itself into the exclusion list and turn on the tranparency and refraction icons next to the name in the exclusion list.
VOILA! fixed :)
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I hope this tip is useful. If you like it, do leave some comments for me :)
Thanks to Arno for the tip on the technique!
 


Munhow
12/05/2010 04:43

Very informative :) thanks for sharing.
By the way. Weebly works nicely on iPhone too :) it's converted to a "mobile version" when viewed on the iPhone

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Schneider
01/15/2011 03:57

Wow,

thx a lot. This is a realy realy fine
workaround for that prob.

cheers

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Jeff Hung
01/15/2011 08:44

Thanks, guys.
Glad that you find it useful :)

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